Compiled from wire reports

basketball

Snapchat video shows Bosh in on-court workout

•?Chris Bosh is back on the basketball court, dropping a big hint that he plans to try playing for the Miami Heat again this season.

Bosh released a video Monday on Snapchat of him going through a noncontact workout, including some shooting and dribbling. It’s the first time this offseason that he’s revealed doing any on-court work, and it remains unknown if he has been medically cleared to resume full workouts after each of his last two seasons were cut short by the formation of blood clots.

“I know I’ve been gone for a moment but now I’m back,” Bosh said on the video, a part of which was later posted to Twitter . “Everybody is always asking me, ‘Am I hoopin’?’ Yes, I’m hoopin’. Absolutely. I’m a hooper.”

Bosh’s season ended in February at the All-Star break. His status has been a mystery since.

• The Indiana Pacers signed guard Julyan Stone and forward Alex Poythress. Stone has played three seasons in the NBA with Denver and Toronto, averaging 1.3 points and 1.1 assists. The 6-foot-6 UTEP product also has spent time in the NBA D-League.

Poythress played four seasons at Kentucky, where he averaged 10.2 points and 6.0 rebounds. The 6-foot-8 forward played for Orlando during this year’s summer league.

soccer

American buys team

in Marseille, France

•?The mayor of Marseille announced that American businessman Frank McCourt has bought the local French league soccer team for an undisclosed price.

Jean-Claude Godin said he was “satisfied” with the sale of Marseille during a news conference with McCourt, joking he must “put in some dough” to revitalize the team.

McCourt, the 63-year-old former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, pledged to “do everything so the club can be champions again.”

Margarita Louis-Dreyfus, the 54-year-old billionaire, sold Marseille after giving birth to twins in March.

college football

Western Michigan players

make court appearance

•?Two Western Michigan football players who were kicked off the team after their arrest appeared in court in Kalamazoo, Mich., on armed robbery charges. Bond was set at $100,000 each for freshmen Ron George of Pittsburgh and Bryson White of Mason, Ohio.

They’re accused of using a gun and knife to rob a woman at her Kalamazoo apartment Friday night. They’re charged with armed robbery, first-degree home invasion and larceny in a building.

George, a linebacker, asked for a court-appointed lawyer. White, a wide receiver, said he has an attorney, but he appeared by video from jail without one.

Western Michigan coach P.J. Fleck removed them from the team Sunday, saying “we are moving forward.”

— From wire reports